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At age 33, Randy Moss was still considered an elite NFL receiver entering the 2010 season.
Some fantasy drafts had him going in the top 10. And presumably he killed some owners' fantasy seasons at the receiver position.
Moss' season went south in a hurry. It seemingly began when issues arose over his contract status with the Patriots. He declared very early in the season that he would not address it publicly.
All seemed to be fine as the Patriots rolled to a 3-1 start. Moss had already pulled in three receiving touchdowns. But in Week 4, he recorded zero catches for zero yards.
And the rest is history.
Moss was traded to Minnesota for a third-round pick Oct. 6. As a Viking, he wasn't outstanding and became a locker room distraction. He was waived by the team after four games.
The Titans claimed him off waivers—the only team to put in a claim for Moss. He'd finish the season with only five catches in three games for Tennessee.
Moss produced career low numbers in all major statistical categories for receiving.